Jean-Louis Trintignant

  • Costa-Gavras – Z [+Extras] (1969)

    1961-1970AlgeriaCosta-GavrasPoliticsThriller

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    Quote:
    A pulse-pounding political thriller, Greek expatriate director Costa-Gavras’s Z was one of the cinematic sensations of the late sixties, and remains among the most vital dispatches from that hallowed era of filmmaking. This Academy Award winner—loosely based on the 1963 assassination of Greek left-wing activist Gregoris Lambrakis—stars Yves Montand as a prominent politician and doctor whose public murder amid a violent demonstration is covered up by military and government officials; Jean-Louis Trintignant is the tenacious magistrate who’s determined not to let them get away with it. Featuring kinetic, rhythmic editing, Raoul Coutard’s expressive vérité photography, and Mikis Theodorakis’s unforgettable, propulsive score, Z is a technically audacious and emotionally gripping masterpiece.Read More »

  • Enki Bilal – Bunker Palace Hôtel (1989)

    Drama1981-1990Enki BilalFranceSci-Fi

    Plot:
    At some time in the future, a crumbling totalitarian state is racked by civil war between the old guard and the insurrectionists.
    The current leaders take refuge in the Bunker Palace Hotel, a subterranean shelter staffed by run-down androids. A rebel spy, Clara, manages to infiltrate the secret base, but her mission is unclear. Meanwhile, the assembled leaders await with growing impatience the arrival of their president…Read More »

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